The outline agreement on Iran's nuclear program cheered many Iranians, who are looking forward to the lifting of sanctions and increased stability. But they're also cautious about the obstacles still remain, and a former US diplomat thinks they should be.
The US and other international powers are trying to nail down a deal with Iran on its nuclear program. But with only a day to go until their self-imposed March 31 deadline, no one yet knows what kind of deal may emerge — if any at all.
He confounded American commanders in Iraq and all but saved the regime of Bashar al-Assad. But until recently, few people outside of military circles knew the name of Iranian General Qasem Soleimani. He's a public and popular figure in his home country now — and just as powerful as ever.
"Top Gear," one of the world's most popular TV shows, has been suspended following an alleged fight involving its lead presenter Jeremy Clarkson. But many Iranians are hoping the show returns, and Clarkson's Farsi stand-in has a lot to do with that
Two proposed pieces of legislation in Iran could turn the country's women into "baby-making machines" and set the country back decades in gender equality, according to a new report from Amnesty International.
Republican Senator Tom Cotton of Arkansas took to Twitter on Monday to warn Iran that any nuclear deal with the US could easily be wiped out once President Barack Obama leaves office. But did he and 46 other senators step beyond their authority?
A major offensive against ISIS forces is under way in Iraq, and the Iraqi army is getting plenty of support from Iran and its Iraqi Shiite allies. One country that isn't getting involved, however, is the United States.
There's a good chance the US and Iran could be close to a nuclear arms deal. But even as the negotiations continue in Geneva, both countries are still carrying out cyberwarfare campaigns against the other.
The buzz from Geneva is that international talks there on Iran’s nuclear ambitions are approaching a deal. The deal could limit Iran’s nuclear capabilities for a decade or more, in exchange for an easing of sanctions.